** THE 2021 RULES MANUAL IS ONLINE AND CAN BE DOWNLOADED NOW!
*** PLEASE DO THIS ASAP AND SEND TO YOUR TEAMS! https://www.soinc.org/
I just received formal notice from our State Director and Regional & Invitational Tournament Director, John Beauregard and Maha Hrbac, respectfully. We are a "GO" for this year's tournament (albeit it remote) and so I am posting the following on this website at the bottom of the "Events" tab:
All the information I have is in these three documents. Please read through them completely. Also note that ALL NYC tournaments will be remote so there will be no on-site competitions. Please let your administrators know this so as to assuage any concerns they may have regarding your school's participation in this year's Science Olympiad.
I will be contacting you this week regarding hosting another Zoom meeting so you can ask any questions I may have answers to. Until then, if you like I can be reached at email@example.com
We'll be speaking soon!
Big changes for the 2020-21 Season!!
To prepare, click below to bring you to all forms you will need as well as some samples of the events (final decision has not been made yet) for the Div A children! Scroll to the bottom of the page...
If you are interested in registering, or if you have any questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
NY City Regional Competition Information:
March 6, 2021
ALL REMOTE COMPETING - NO IN-PERSON TOURNAMENTS
** When sending in Registration Payment, please send to the new SciOly address:
New York State Science Olympiad, Inc.
4649 Whetstone Road
Manlius, NY 13104.
UPDATE - Rules for 2021 season will be released September 8, 2020 and will be available here!!
It is very important that teams for the 2019-20 competition season are registered by the end of November. That way, we will know how many teams are competing, and then we will be able to set up a schedule. In order to award medals for 6 teams for each event, we must have at least 20 teams registered by the end of November.
The number of schools that will get invitations to the NYS competition is determined by the number of registered teams in that region as a percentage of the total teams registered in NYS as of December 15.
Teams registering after that date up to the deadline of December 31 are eligible to fully participate in the program, but do not count in determining the number of invitations.
Total number of 2021 NYC Divivision B Invitations is 6!!
** For more complete information please read the State Director's letter in Downloads
Nathaniel Hawthorne MS 74 placed 31st and medaled in two events - taking 7th in Heredity!
Sunset Park Prep placed 22nd and medaled in three events - taking 4th in Experimental Design and 7th in Elastic Launched Gliders!
St. Ignatius Loyola placed 21st and medaled in three events - taking 6th in Mystery Architecture!
The Buckley School placed 15th and medaled in seven events - taking 3rd in Roller Coaster and 5th in both Crime Busters and Solar System!
The Bay Academy placed 3rd and medaled in 15 events - including 1st place in Anatomy and Physiology and Heredity! *
* THE TOP TWO TEAMS FROM THE NY STATE COMPETITION ARE INVITED TO THE NATIONAL COMPETITION. THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A NYC TEAM INVITED TO THE NATIONAL COMPETITION, SO LET'S MAKE THIS OUR YEAR!!
THE #1 GOAL FOR THE 2019-20 NYC SCIOLY SEASON IS TO HAVE ONE OF OUR GREAT NYC TEAMS HEAD TO NATIONALS!!
WE ARE SO PROUD OF ALL OUR COMPETITORS AND CAN'T WAIT TO SEE WHAT THE NEW SEASON WILL BRING FOR ALL OF OUR BIG APPLE TEAMS!! LET'S GO TO NATIONALS!!
The Science Olympiad (SciOly) is a National Competition encompassing true inquiry events. Students are involved not only in the academic fields of biology, chemistry, physics and earth science, but also in the technology behind them. They build vehicles, bridges, roller coasters and more - and in the process learn about the science behind them. They learn how to work with a team. Students are rewarded for their academics, teamwork, and practice in this true STEM competition.